Nine Brazilian players debut at the Banana Bowl this Tuesday

Joo Fonseca returns to the junior circuit after his experience at the Rio Open

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Criciúma (SC) – A tournament that brings together the best teenagers in tennis, the Banana Bowl will feature Brazilians this Tuesday at Clube Mampituba, in Criciúma (SC). There will be nine athletes from countries on the field measuring strength against the international spotlight of the modalities. This round will start at 09.30 WIB.

In the first round of the 18 year category, Olivia Carneiro faced Malwina Rowinska of Poland and Carolina Laydner faced Mia Kupres of Canada. Next, Maria Turchetto of Santa Catarina played against Meshkatolzahra Safi of Iran, while Ana Candiotto of São Paulo faced Vivian Yang of New Zealand and Bruna Melato faced Ava Krug of America.

In a match scheduled for no earlier than 12:30, Nicolas Oliveira has a match against Lautario Midon of Argentina, and carioca João Fonseca faces Ivan Sodan of Croatia. The last two Brazilians on the field were João Schiessl and Davi Savi, against Cooper Williams of America and Paul Inchauspe of France, respectively.

On Monday, one of the highlights of the day was the match played by Paraguayan Adolfo Vallejo, ranked fourth in the youth world. She faced American Leanid Boika (57), who won by 2/6, 6/3 and 6/4.

The Banana Bowl is rated JA and is one of the top ITF world rankings. The tournament also accepts the 14 and 16 year categories, which are judged for the South American rankings, and the 12 year categories, applicable to the CBT national rankings. There will also be a Tennis Kids clash on the weekends, with children aged 8 to 11 in attendance.

monday results

Master Key – 18 years old
Leanid Boika (USA) d. Adolfo Vallejo (PAR) 26 63 64
Ignacio Bus (PER) d. Alexander Frusina (USA) 64 75
Drill Artnak (SLO) d.Gianluca Ballotta (PER) 62 60
Hynek Barton (CZE) d. Aidan Kim (USA) 76 6/3
Luis Valdez (MEX) d. Kurt Miller (USA) 63 64
Marín del Puerto (PAR) d. Yannik Rahman (USA) 63 63

Tuesday Schedule – 09:30

Kayla Cross (CAN) vs. Kaitlin Quevedo (USA)
Malwina Rowinska (POL) vs. Olivia Carneiro (BRA)
Lucia Peyre (ARG) vs. Qavia Lopez (USA)
Kateryna Lazarenko (UKR) vs. Weronika Ewald (POL)
Luca Udvardy (HUN) vs. Tijana Sretenovic (SRB)
Carolina Laydner (BRA) vs. Mia Kupres (CAN)
Maria Santos (POR) vs. Sonya Macavei (USA)
Irina Balus (SVK) vs. Lucia Havlickova (JUN)

Followed by
Luciana Alarcon (PER) vs. Victoria Mboko (CAN)
Maria Turchetto (BRA) vs. Meshkatolzahra Safi (IRI)
Luciana Moyano (ARG) vs. Chelsea Fontenel (SUI)
Ahmani Guichard (USA) vs. Amelie Smejkalova (CZE)
Leyla Risso (PAR) vs. Nikola Daubnerova (SVK)
Vivian Yang (NZL) vs. Ana Candiotto (BRA)
Bruna Melato (BRA) vs. Ava Krug (USA)
Annabele Xu (CAN) vs. Daniella Abraham (USA)

Not before 12:30
Lautario Midon (ARG) vs. Nicolas Oliveira (BRA)
Juan Angelo (BOL) vs. Gonzalo Bueno (PER)
Enrique Pena (COL) vs. Hayato Matsuoka (JPN)
Yaroslav Demin (RUS) vs. Alexander Razeghi (USA)
Patrick Schoen (SUI) vs. Nishesh Basavareddy (USA)
João Fonseca (BRA) vs. Ivan Sodan (CRO)
Kenta Miyoshi (JPN) vs. Gerard Lee (KOR)
Jonah Braswell (USA) vs. Peter Privara (SVK)

Followed by
João Schiessl (BRA) vs. Cooper Williams (USA)
Paul Inchauspe (FRA) vs. David Savi (BRA)

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